All posts by Erin Holden

A Beacon of Light

James Bell speaks about systemic racism in our criminal justice system James Bell is a legal justice advocate who has spent decades as an attorney and activist. He is set to be the keynote speaker at the 2019 Access to Justice Awards Dinner, where he’ll talk about the way the legal system is structured, and

Fast Times at Cedar Point

The 2019 season begins with new food and fun Now that the wait is over, it’s time to give some love to the most popular roller coaster destination in the world— Cedar Point. If you are new to the area— or have an unfounded case of coasterphobia— you should really make the trip to Sandusky

Global Day of Discovery

Renaissance Toledo Downtown’s Global Day of Discovery is back this year with many new forms of entertainment to partake in. The lounge will turn into an art gallery, with pieces from the Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo School for the Arts, Dani Herrera, and many other artists. You can even play a round of mini

Celebrate World Refugee Day

Celebrate World Refugee Day with US Together Toledo, a nonprofit organization that has assisted more than 250 refugees in the Toledo area. The organization has started a GoFundMe account to help make World Refugee Day a success. The event includes food, live entertainment, storytelling, and community-building with people from all over the world. This is

Training For Bike To The Bay

Pack your camping gear on your bike for a ride out to the Oak Openings Springbrook Campground! The 25-mile ride begins at Wersell’s Bike Shop and ends at the park (where you have the option to camp) with lots of fun with new cycling buddies. Though the ride is not associated with the Bike to

Cat Fest 2019

Join in celebrating the life of Cat Lambert, who gave selflessly to her community and lost her life to domestic violence.